Provide leadership, motivation, and direction to a staff of land law examiners, legal instrument examiners, legal assistants, and administrative assistants to ensure the processing of energy related use applications for Federal and Indian trust mineral lease and/or relative actions are properly processed and coordinated. Plans, organizes, and directs priorities and work of staff. Deals with conduct and performance issues. Ensures all program actions are in conformance with Bureau standards, guidelines, land use planning (Federal lease and realty actions), laws, policies, and procedures. Adjudicates proposed communization and other pooling agreements affecting Indian trust minerals; provide case recordation number and coordinate recommendation to the BIA as needed. Ensures coordination and communication with staff and the branches within the division. Leads collaborative efforts to address resource issues involving our customers, personnel, stakeholders, interest groups, BIA, Ute Tribe, and other government and state agency personnel. Enters, retrieves and manipulates data in databases. Maintains accuracy of the minerals and realty data bases and permanent records.